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FTSE 100 plunges through support levels
The UK's blue-chip index was down 49.53 points, or 0.9pc at 5,288.85, by 7.03am, having closed below 5,400 for the first time this year on Thursday, and set to record its third-straight week of losses as turmoil in the eurozone dominated the market ...
Santander UK rocked by Moody's credit rating downgrade amid Spanish ...  This is Money
FTSE 100 bosses' pay unrelated to results, report says
Bosses of the UK's biggest companies earn millions in "excess remuneration", a report reveals. Pay packages designed to incentivise FTSE 100 chief executives had little effect on company performance, it found. Reckitt Benckiser, ICAP, and BG Group are ...
Why I'll buy 40 random stocks when the FTSE 100 hits 4000
One is that the market puts in a new low at some point in the next three years (i.e. FTSE 100 (UKX) below 4000) and that ends the consolidation phase.
Chart of the Day: the FTSE 100 shares most exposed to Europe
So analysts at Liberum have produced a useful list of FTSE 100 companies that are particularly exposed to Europe (click on the chart below to enlarge it).
UK roundup: Diversified growth funds, FTSE100, Towers Watson, BBC, BECTU
Nearly all of the FTSE100 DC schemes - 92% - now operate a default investment strategy, up about 10 percentage points from last year, the survey showed.
Fat-cat backlash: Aviva becomes first FTSE 100 firm to see shareholders reject ...
The backlash against boardroom greed spread from Britain's banks to the rest of the City yesterday as ordinary shareholders rose up against fat cat pay deals.
Investor fury at executive pay policies  Financial Times
Have Andrew Moss and ailing Aviva lost direction?  Telegraph.co.uk
Gilt-backed structured products aim to stem risk
Last week, Barclays launched a new six-year FTSE 100 “Autocall” that pays out 8.25 per cent a year for each year held if the index is above its starting level on an anniversary - and holds gilts as collateral for the value of the investment.
JPMorgan Cazenove tops league table
Hoare Govett, acquired by Jefferies from Royal Bank of Scotland in February, had lost four of its 10 FTSE 100 clients since the last rankings, with G4S, Cairn Energy, GlaxoSmithKline and Imperial Tobacco moving to other brokers.
Profit at builder Willmott Dixon hit by government spending cuts
Willmott Dixon, Britain's third-biggest privately owned builder, has recorded turnover of more than �1 billion for the first time.
Three ways the UK will be affected by a Greek exit
Global stockmarkets have already felt this contagion effect, with the FTSE 100 (UKX) now almost 500 points or 8% below the near-6000 level it reached in March.
How would a euro collapse hit us in the pocket?  Telegraph.co.uk
IMF prepares for a 'messy' Greek exit from the euro as Hollande ...  Daily Mail